prices go up 3 cents. that's unprecedented. do you expect them to keep going higher? >> well, i'm going to be going to the church of the guiding hand on sunday to celebrate. yeah, i do. look, i think steve has it partly right. we normally do see more demand and of course if you believe in supply and demand that does drive prices higher. but what is going on in egypt, the unrest there, particularly not so much that egypt being a huge supplier of oil, although it is big one of the biggest no non-opec suppliers but it has the suez canal. two, as john mentioned, our lack of energy policy -- not so much a lack of energy policy, it's the lack we want to do the things that are so obvious like the pipeline, like drilling anwar, thing that's have proven to have minimal if no environmental impact that could increase our oil supply, cheapest form of energy.